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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=75X4bWf5fIs

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    Alright, I grew up in the 90s. So I may have come after the classical period of rock ended. But I still grew up with some great stuff. Two songs for you all from the 2000s.

    First is from Velvet Revolver. Scott Weiland of STP meets Slash. No song better in my mind when I need to get seriously amped up.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKz2U4fvA4U

    Second is from Audioslave. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden meets the band from Rage Against the Machine. This one is a bit of an anthem for me.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WC5FdFlUcl0

    Sad that both Weiland and Cornell have passed. Both very talented and fun to watch. And both had awesome solo albums in the late 90s (Weiland - Barbarella; Cornell - Euphoria Morning).

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    • surfdog
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      Both are excellent... Contraband is one of the many albums I have on my phone so I can take it everywhere.

    • ssandy_561
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      I am lucky to say I’ve seen Soundgarden twice in concert, Audioslave once and Chris Cornell solo Acoustic once. Chris Cornell is on my Mt. Rushmore of hard rock singers.
      Last edited by ssandy_561; August 30, 2018, 09:07 AM.

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      ssandy_561 My memories of Soundgarden were from a video game 'Road Rash' a co-worker got me hooked on back in the 90's

    My wife and i saw Peter Frampton at Britt in Jacksonville OR last night http://www.frampton.com/
    What a great and entertaining guy. Highlight was of course "Do Yo Feel" with the voicebox. http://www.gibson.com/news-lifestyle...0107-2013.aspx My first time seeing him and i was totally impressed and honored after these many years of enjoying his music. Truly one of the great guitarist and entertainers in my view.
    Oh, and what an evening it was. The show was at 8PM. We left Grants Pass at 6:30 for 8PM show. About 4 miles from Jacksonville, realized we didn't remember our tickets. Turned around and headed home to get tickets... arrived back for concert and took seats just in time for beginning of show. Nice cool evening at 73 degrees F with almost full room rising over venue. Frampton still has wonderful voice, is greatly entertaining, has a terrific band, and is very humble. Oh, yes Humble Pie, "I Don't Need No Doctor" to finish show.

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      treesmacker It was. Although 1976 was magical for Frampton, the Comes Alive Album was released and the radio air time was massive, the venues were huge and overbearing. Yours was obviously much smaller, more intimate, the audience more mature, as well as the artist. You didn't miss a thing, rather enjoyed the fine wine. Do you feel like I do? ;-)

    • Willard
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      ComfortablyNumb I agree about the smaller venues. I’d give anything to see David Gilmour in such a setting. Something tells me you would too...or have.

    • treesmacker
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      Yes, I feel like you do! I agree about the smaller venues. Majority of the concerts I've seen have been at mid to small venues. Many at Shoreline amphitheater in Mountain View CA, Mountain winery in Saratoga CA, Britt here in Jacksonville OR. Largest was Pink Floyd around "Division Bell" time at Oakland Coliseum. Led Zeppelin at outdoor Oakland stadium (day on the green) around "Physical Grafitti" time. Most memorable small venue was Frank Zappa at small circular stage Phoenix AZ 1973 or so.

    Started listening to some old Hot Tuna (any old Airplane! fans out there?) and this one has been in my head now for about two days, can't seem to shake it !! Enjoy !!

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    • ClarkD
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      My hearing took a beating at the live Hot Tuna concert I attended in 1974 - was so worth it. The only problem was I had a college interview the next day and I couldn't hear a thing they were asking me...

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Another Airplane fan here. I'd be married to Grace Slick if she would have asked me!

    • Willard
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      Ah yes...Hot Tuna. In my vinyl collection is their album Phosphorescent Rat. Takes me back to about ‘74.

    ssandy_561 , boy are you in for a treat.

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    • Troutman
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      Stevie !!!!’

    • Alan Gales
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      At the time, I heard that Marriott had hooked up with Frampton and they were going to tour England as Humble Pie. Then he was going to form a new band and come to the U.S. I couldn't wait to get tickets! Unfortunately, Marriott passed before this could happen.

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Unfortunately the video is now unavailable.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vedgTokXj04

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    • Mr. Bones
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      Primo $#¡+, amigo! Many thanks fer sharin!

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pq9QDLoTNI

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    • Mr. Bones
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      Always have liked these guys, an th video is grand, obviously took an Imperial ButtLoad of work!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUpY8Bf2sNQ

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    • Mudbeaver
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      Impressive, have you seen the boy who sings hank Williams?

    • Alan Gales
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      No, I have not. I like Hank Williams too. It's amazing what some of these kids can do.

      I'm a music lover and like all kinds of music. Lot's of good stuff on this thread!

    How has this thread gone this long without Southern Culture On the Skids?



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    • ComfortablyNumb
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      I hear you amigo! I've been without internet for about six months and discoverd SCOTS on iTunes about three months ago. Thanks for giving them their due here!

    Am I the only one that enjoys Volbeat?

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    • ssandy_561
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      Hell to the no! One of my favorite bands.

    • ssandy_561
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      They have the best Album names also.

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Well, make it three! Thanks for the introduction.

    I love me some Frightened Rabbit. I never had the chance to see them live and with the recent death of singer, founder, songwriter Scott Hutchison, I never will. Melancholy Scottish rock is probably the best description. Certainly not to everybody's taste, but they spoke to me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqIRa15wMjw

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    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Hmmm, melancholy seems appropriate considering the circumstances of his demise. Good stuff though, thanks for the introduction.

    THE MARCUS KING BAND - "Rita is Gone" (Live at JITV HQ in Los Angeles, CA)

    Pass That Bottle - The Devil's Daughters AZ Rockabilly

    Last edited by Elton's BBQ; September 7, 2018, 10:27 AM.

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    • ComfortablyNumb
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      I'm not sure which was more intriguing, passing the bottle or polishing the microphone!

    With Steve Perry coming out with a new album later this month I’ve been listening to Journey albums again. Here is one of my favorite Journey songs, “Mother, Father”. It’s from the ESC4P3 album. I just love how this song builds.

    https://youtu.be/nBK9uIBpQKI

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      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XEEasR7hVhA

      probably my all time favorite song, absolutely the best live band on the planet

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      • ComfortablyNumb
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        I couldn't have a nightmare that would top that!

      More swing dancing. Same couple. This is hot as hell.

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Damfine!!!

      • ComfortablyNumb
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        I wonder if it were just coincidence I was sipping Fireball while watching this......

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